Coin and Paper Money Collecting/Coin


I recently acquired a coin and I don't have any idea what it is. It is the same size and width as an American quarter and has a crown with a cross on top on both sides surrounded by laurel leaves.  No date or other markings.  What is this?


Hi Dale,

If it doesn't have a denominations such as $1 or 50 cents, etc., than it is a a medal not a coin.

Without any other information, or knowing the country of origin, there is no way of me knowing what you have.

Sorry I couldn't help.


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